Family, Community & Short Films: A Project Row Houses / MFAH Collaboration
In a collaboration celebrating the 25th anniversary of Project Row Houses, the MFAH presents films considering themes of family, community, and identity. Ryan N. Dennis, curator & programs director at PRH, co-programmed this film series.
Past Events in This Series
In collaboration with Project Row Houses, the MFAH presents a lively and thought-provoking selection of short films.
Spike Lee’s comic seventh feature, inspired by his own upbringing, is about a teacher (Alfre Woodard), her stubborn jazz musician husband (Delroy Lindo), and their five kids living in a close-knit Brooklyn neighborhood.
A true discovery, this ensemble piece—originally made to air on TV in 1980—explores black middle-class lives with candor and emotional intensity.